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absolutely love everything about this show
Man mano che proseguo con le visioni rimango sempre più colpito da questa serie TV. Partita un po' in sordina con la prima serie.. sta pian piano "esplodendo" in maniera estremamente positiva
Another great season.
I've always enjoyed this show but this season they really stepped it up a notch. Each strand of the plot was interesting and tightly written and interwoven. Loved Rosalee and Monroe's family issues and the build-up to their wedding. Also happy that Wu finally got in on the action. And Trubel is so cool. Still don't like Juliet, but I suppose you can't have everything.
The first few episodes were intriguing with the Nicks sort of "death spells" and the couple of other episodes they served to be useful but was disappointing as they were not resolved or addressed a great deal (hopefully more of that in S4). The whole going to Vienna and royals stuff seemed not all that interesting or attention-grabbing. Adiland's baby stuff made things more interesting along with the few episodes leading to the season finale which was better than expected cliffhanger.
However, the main problem I had with this season was the whole repetitive filler-feeling to the majority of the episodes (yeah, the first season did that but Nick's still figuring stuff out so it's acceptable and, the second season, had a bit of this but at least has love potion crap to make it more interesting). It's usually pretty much the same formula and gets sort of annoying: Wesen murder clip, Nick and friends arrive at scene and they're like "Prolly Wesen", then they ask Monroe and Rosalee who spew some German crap, then go to the trailer and hit the books, meet more suspects who are usually Wesen who become scared as soon as they realize Nick is a Grimm and he's all like, "It's okay, I won't hurt you.", soon they meet the perp who's usually an aggressive Wesen who wants to kill Nick after realizing he's a Grimm and is usually killed by Nick or Hank by gunfire, and then 'yay' for Nick getting rid of bad Wesen and making friends with good ones. I'm just kind of tired the same-old same-old really.
I do like when they have some who-you-think-did-it-but-didn't-really-do-it stuff in there but some more variety to that formula would be nice. Maybe, some Wessen they've come across before are involved, more evidence-based crime solving, attacks that done by humans or animals thought to be Wesen, not showing so many details in the clips before the intro 'cause it sort of spoils what kind of Wesen it turns out be/spoils some of the mystery behind it, etc. Just some suggestions. The whole attempt to explain strange sightings (bigfoot, aliens, werewolves, witches, zombies, etc.) with Wesen is also a plus. Maybe a Wesen explanation for Easter (rabbits, eggs, fertility), vampires in general, more mythical creatures, Greek, Aztec, Norse, etc. gods that are based on Wesen, historical events involved with Wesen other than WWII, some neat Wesen artifacts perhaps, more famous people who were actually Wesen, etc. would be neat.
Os primeiros episódios da primeira temporada não me chamaram muito a atenção....porém depois do 5° fico sensacional e está até agora! Muito bom e que venha a 4° temporada!!
Can't wait for people 2 start lovin and diggin this show!
I still LOVE that serie: so entertaining, intriguing and funny. My perfect wanna-be-cozy-on-sofa type to watch.
Grimm just gets more intriguing and exciting as it goes on. The best fantasy/ fairytale show currently on TV. This season provides more character back-story as the mystery continues. Derek Borcherding Cincinnati OH
Enjoy it all the more because it is presently on on Friday nights when there are few quality programs to watch.